Dish TV joins hands with Hungama to launch Music Active service
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Dish TV joins hands with Hungama to launch Music Active service
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MUMBAI: To address the growing
demand for music, DTH player Dish TV
has announced a tie-up with digital
entertainment division Hungama to
launch a new service called Music
Active.
The active service will enhance Dish
TV’s portfolio in the field of VAS and
music, providing unlimited music to its
subscribers.
Music Active will have a mix of
contemporary Bollywood hits and
Bollywood retro along with other
genres like devotional, western and
pop, international classics, ghazals,
Bhojpuri, Kannada, Tamil and Carnatic
hits.
Dish TV COO Salil Kapoor said, “Dish TV
has always taken the lead in
enhancing the value proposition and
believes in providing the maximum and
the best in entertainment to its
subscribers. We are delighted to tie up
with Hungama for launching Music
Active. With the launch of Music
Active, we are continuing with our
legacy of offering another unique
service for our consumers who are
inclined towards music and will have
this great opportunity to enjoy music
of all genres in the close comfort of
their homes.”
Subscribers will be able to enjoy
uninterrupted ad-free music. The
service is available at an introductory
price of Rs 35 until 31 October and will
be offered at Rs 45 from 1 November
2015. The audio service can be availed
by a missed call on 1800-270-0096.
Music Active is available free of cost
for 10 days from 27 August until 6
September. The service will be
available on Channel 671 on DishTV.
Hungama CEO Siddhartha Roy Kapur
said, “Music Active co-launched by
Hungama and Dish TV will bring
uninterrupted and ad-free music to
subscribers. We are proud to associate
with the DTH service as we bring
subscribers their favourite music
across 10 different genres ranging
from Bollywood, regional, devotional
to international and more. I am
certain that Dish TV subscribers will
enjoy grooving to Bollywood, regional
and international music’s most
popular hits and retro tracks only on
Music Active.”
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ANIL G
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good share
but i didn't liked this service very much

boaring songs mostly
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